During the many festivals that take place in Japan throughout the year, street vendors sell a wide range of sweet and savory Japanese street foods. Some of these may seem strange but they are all very tasty.
Featuring everything from unique regional dishes to 3-Michelin-stars experiences, Japan should be a destination for every foodie traveler. From Tokyo to the far reaches of Okinawa, food culture and traditions are alive and well in these ten towns.
Donburi is a rice bowl with flavorful toppings. Consider trying these five popular donburi dishes the next time you visit a Japanese restaurant. You might also try making some of them yourself!
Whether you realize it or not, you come in contact with washoku — the character, culture and social abstracts of Japanese cuisine — every day. Explore the surface of washoku's place in world cuisine here.
The California roll was invented by a master sushi chef in the 1970s, in an effort to entice Americans to try sushi. The “safer” looking roll contains no raw fish, and today still serves as an introduction to sushi for many.
Ready to take the nabemono plunge? Jump right in by learning the five main styles.
As of 2017, multiple restaurateurs have opened up outstanding spots for Japanese dining in NYC, and these restaurants — which offer diners unique, inventive menus and an enjoyable dining experience — are three of the best.
Japanese cuisine is fresh, healthy and exhibits bold, enticing flavors. Recently, Japanese fusion has really hit their stride; it is flavorful, exciting, unique and not to be missed. Learn how you can cook Japanese fusion in your own home.
There are an endless number of desserts in NYC that take their origins from places close to home as well as far-flung locales. Here are the top 9 Japanese inspired desserts that you have to try in NYC.